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    Lady Gaga made my dreams come true Friday night

Lady Gaga made my dreams come true Friday night

It was pitch black outside, very few cars were on the freeway and no shops were open. The only thing visible was the bright projection coming off the Jumbotron on the south side of American Airlines Center. Four fans were lined up, not including myself and my friend Jenny Cardenas,

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    ‘Coco’ is a marvelous look into a culture underrepresented for too long

‘Coco’ is a marvelous look into a culture underrepresented for too long

“Never underestimate the power of music.” “Coco” is a richly detailed tale of familial traditions, the celebration of living life and also the celebration of what comes after life. Pixar’s efforts are all extremely admirable, even the ones that are considerably lesser than some of their stronger efforts. But with

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    ‘Justice League’ needs some improvement but is a step in the right direction.

‘Justice League’ needs some improvement but is a step in the right direction.

“There are heroes among us. Not to make us feel smaller, but to remind us of what makes us great.” A Justice League movie is one I have been looking forward to since I was at least five years old. I’ve been a fan of these characters since I was

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    Album review: A track-by-track look at Taylor Swift’s sixth studio album, Reputation

Album review: A track-by-track look at Taylor Swift’s sixth studio album, Reputation

I don’t care what anyone says, I love this album, and I love Taylor Swift. Swift represents the alter ego of every 20-something girl who is boy-crazy, set on following their dreams and always overcoming petty drama. Relatable, am I right? Having to compete with her previous album “1989” which

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    The Dose: ‘Cult’ makes American Horror Story ‘Great Again’

The Dose: ‘Cult’ makes American Horror Story ‘Great Again’

“American Horror Story: Cult” has come to an end. The 11-episode and seventh installment of the FX horror anthology series came to a slightly gruesome, fairly satisfying and somewhat mysterious end Tuesday night with the episode “Great Again.” Warning: spoilers ahead. As usual, many of the characters we met in

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    Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp dominate in ‘Stranger Things’ season 2

Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp dominate in ‘Stranger Things’ season 2

“I never gave up on you. I called you every night.” “Stranger Things’” highly anticipated second season was available to binge-watch Oct. 27 on Netflix just in time to ring in the Halloween spirit. While just as strange as the first season, the Duffer Brothers also brought tears and frustration

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    ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is top tier Marvel entertainment

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is top tier Marvel entertainment

“We know each other! We’re friends from work!” Marvel continues their incredible winning streak with “Thor: Ragnarok,” the 17th feature film installment in the ever-expanding (and ever-ambitious) Marvel Cinematic Universe. “Thor: Ragnarok” has already cemented itself as not only the best solo outing for Thor but also as one of

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    ‘Jigsaw’ is an unnecessary addition to the ‘Saw’ franchise

‘Jigsaw’ is an unnecessary addition to the ‘Saw’ franchise

“The truth will set you free.” The “Saw” franchise is back this Halloween after a seven-year hiatus with “Jigsaw,” the eighth (!) installment. There needs to be a good reason to revisit a franchise that has been dormant for seven years, especially when your last film was entitled “The Final

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    The Dose: ‘Happy Death Day’ is predictable but fun

The Dose: ‘Happy Death Day’ is predictable but fun

Happy Death Day is October’s newest PG-13 horror film trying to capitalize on Halloween scares. It’s expected for a lot of horror films to come out around this time every year, and to say most are forgettable is an understatement. The newest teen fright fest, Happy Death Day, has more

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    The Dose: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ is brilliant, beautiful and human.

The Dose: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ is brilliant, beautiful and human.

“More human than human.” In the summer of 1982, the original Blade Runner directed by Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Alien, The Martian) opened in theaters to mixed reviews and mediocre earnings. As the decades went on (and about five director’s cuts later), the film has become a sci-fi classic beloved by

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